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Mar 7, 2013 7:00am PST
-- this morning the u.n. votes on new sanctions against north korea. >>> the most restrictive abortion law in the nation was approved last night in arkansas. they completed an override of the governor's veto. it bans abortion after 12 weeks. the law still faces legal challenges. >>> a conviction wednesday. one of the so-called zumba prosecution trials. a jury in maine found businessman mark strong guilty of promoting prostitution. prosecutors said he managed the business run by alexis wright out of her zumba studio. wright has pleaded not guilty. >>> gabrielle giffords made an emotional return to the scene that left her wounded. she laid flowers in tucson, arizona, where six people were killed and 13 injured two years ago. she then made a plea for gun control, urging congress to be, in her words, bold and courageous, but supporting background checks for gun buyers. >>> wall street has momentum and facebook is getting a new look. jackie joins us from cnbc's good morning to you. >> the positive momentum continues on wall street as the markets trade higher this morning. some upbeat economic d
NBC
Mar 2, 2013 5:00am PST
, areas in the 16 states covered by the law. >> you can, you know, say maybe this district shouldn't be covered, maybe this one should be covered. the formula seems to be working pretty well in terms of going after the actual violations on the ground and who's committing them." and why would we vote in favor of a county whose record is the epitome of what caused the passage of this law to start with? >> reporter: but the koert's conservatives told us that congress didn't look at the most up to date evidence when it last renewed the law in 2006. >> do you know which state has the worst ratio of white voter turnout to african-american voter turnout? >> i do not. >> massachusetts. do you know what has the best? where african-american turnout actually exceeds white turnout? mississippi. is it the government's submission that the citizens in the south are more racist than citizens in the north? >> it is not. >> the formula was rational and effective in 1965. the court upheld it then. it upheld it three more times after that. >> well, the marshal plan was very good, too. the morrill act.
NBC
Mar 4, 2013 7:00am PST
these automatic budget cuts to become law. when the president signed the sequester order a number of agencies across government were notified how much they have to cut. it may be months, if ever, that the public feels the direct impact of these cuts. but in a sign of political exhaustion, both the president and the speaker are signaling they won't do battle over funding government the rest of the year, taking the prospect of the government shutdown at the end of this month off the table. there's still optimism both parties can forge some grand bargain on taxes, spending and entitlements much later this year. >> i think we need to do a big agreement for the country. >> bipartisan compromise on revenue, raising tax with serious entitlement reform. >> reporter: meanwhile as republicans use the sequester debate as a rallying cry to move on from 2012, it's clear mitt and ann romney are still grab e grappling with their loss. >> obviously it was a winning campaign. it worked. >> do you think it was fair? >> no. >> the president had the power of incumbency. obamacare was very attractive, particular
NBC
Mar 9, 2013 5:30am PST
's law. every time i'm like, i'm going on all board with the european model, the american model is right. that's what we do as meteorologists, give and take with the models, and try and nail it down by the time of the storm. this storm, maybe not. >> maybe not. thanks. >> do you know what i -- i do a 50/50. i go 50/50. i like models in europe and the states. i flupip a coin -- >> that's why dylan does what she does. >> carl? >> thanks. >>> if are you famous and in trouble, lani davis is the guy you keep on speed dial. the crisis manager helped guide high-profile figures like martha stewart, bill clinton, and charlie rangel through public scandal. now he's out with a book called "crisis tales," about how to handle upheavals in your life. lanny davis, great to have you here. >> thank you. >> you saved some people out of some pretty tough holes. how did you get into that line of business? >> good question. i went to law school with someone named hillary rodham. and the the clintons after the election needed someone to speak to the public, and speak out on charges that were meritless. i lear
NBC
Mar 7, 2013 2:05am PST
of video tape we want you to watch. we're so sick of robbers and law breakers. a guy was going through a drive through, asked for change for $100 but he was really going to rob this dunkin' donuts clerk. watch what she did to him with hot coffee. >> okay, okay. he wants the money. >> you want my money, okay, big boy. >> in the car, in the car! >> yeah, baby! take it to the road! there you go. >> threw it in his face. we're going to watch it over and over again. >> here's the thought that we had, can he turn around, then, and sue her -- >> no. >> -- for burning him? that's the kind of stuff we hear about in the news today, hoda, which drives me crazy. there's no common sense anywhere. >> stop watching the news. >> we are the news! i know it's ridiculous, but we are the news. >> real quick, in the march 18th issue of "in touch," there's a photo of you and me. and the feud we've been having. this is what joan rivers had to say about it. kathie lee wants to do the "today" in l.a., hoda wants to be in new york city. why not compromise and tape it in a liquor store in kansas city. >> good id
NBC
Mar 8, 2013 7:00am PST
figure, a son-in-law of osama bin laden, is appearing in federal court here in new york city this morning. word of his capture came as a surprise. as nbc's justice correspondent pete williams explains it's leading to new debate or renewed debate, really, about what to do with the accused terrorists. pete, good morning to you. >> savannah, good morning. this u.s. arrest of a man said to be a former member of bin laden's inner circle was a closely guarded secret. now he's appearing before a federal judge this morning. one of the few accused al qaeda figures ever brought to a courtroom in the u.s. sulaiman abu ghaith, the son-in-law of osama bin laden sought by the u.s. for more than a decade is in federal court today, accused of being a spokesman for al qaeda's leaders. the fbi says he was once part of bin laden's inner circle, like a mob consigliere. or minister of propaganda. on the morning of the september 11th attacks, prosecutors say, he appeared in a video warning the u.s. that, quote, a great army is gathering against you. later in another video, he said muslims and children in the u
NBC
Mar 5, 2013 7:00am PST
by institution, the laws are different. the children have not said my mother was treated poorly. >> no. they said they are satisfied with her level of care. >> which tells me that this 87-year-old woman might have had an understanding with her children that she did not want heroics and that nurse in that moment knew that, even if she had resuscitated her, she might have died at a later time in the hospital. >> she did pass away at the hospital. we know that. >> and she made that call. i want to defend the nurses who make those decisions in that moment. >> donnie and star, weigh in. >> she had information maybe because of a dnr but it's another thing to make the decision because of an employment policy. was she evaluating this woman in light of who she is as a nurse or in light of i don't want to lose my job. >> or potential lawsuit. >> good samaritan laws would have protected her against a lawsuit and the human being laws should protect her against anything else. >> it really brings up, i think, a larger issue that we've got to get our arms around that 25% of the health care costs are against peo
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